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Developing and Managing Community Water Supplies

By: J Davis and G Garvey
178 pages, Illus, tabs
Publisher: Oxfam
Developing and Managing Community Water Supplies
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  • Developing and Managing Community Water Supplies ISBN: 9780855981938 Paperback Dec 1992 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Developing and Managing Community Water Supplies ISBN: 9780855981921 Hardback Mar 1995 Out of Print #23203
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About this book

The issues and stage in the development of water supplies.

Contents

Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part1: Issues in community water supply; 1. Water and environmental health; 1.1 Why develop water supplies?; 1.2 Sanitation; 1.3 Hygiene behaviour; 1.4 Environmental factors; 1.5 Aims and benefits; 1.6 The distribution of benefits; 2 Working together; 2.1 Communities and agencies; 2.2 Groups and individuals; 2.3 Traditions; beliefs; and attitudes; Part 2: The programme cycle; 3.Planning a programme; 3.1 The staged approach to planning; 3.2 Gathering information; 3.3 Categories of information; 3.4 Technology and design; 4. Preparing a proposal; 4.1 Reviewing the information; 4.2 The written proposal; 4.3 Guidelines and agreements; 5. Implementing projects; 5.1 The integration of components; 5.2 Hygiene and education; 5.3 Sanitation; 5.4 Constructing supervision; 5.5 Monitoring and reporting; 5.6 Managing staff and vehicles; 6. Managing community water supplies; 6.1 Management options; 6.2 Community management; 6.3 Financing operation and maintenance; 7. Evaluating for planning; 7.1 Internal evaluations; 7.2 External and joint evaluations; Appendix 1 Microbiological water quality; Appendix 2 Sources of further information; Index

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By: J Davis and G Garvey
178 pages, Illus, tabs
Publisher: Oxfam
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